The LCO Band of Lake Superior Chippewa was awarded a federal grant in September of 2015 to resolve mold issues in a number of housing units. But residents are still waiting. Frustrated with the lack of answers, they turn to Washington for help. Reporter Julie Kruse heads to Hayward Searching for Answers... Tuesday on Eyewitness News at Six.
Mother Nature may not have brought out the needed snow for this year's Birkiebeiner Kick-off but Thursday Birkie Fever was still in the air.
Two Hibbing police officers have been cleared after shooting and injuring a man earlier this year. St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rubin said on Thursday, that the officers' use of deadly force was authorized and justified citing a report from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension investigation.
The Trump administration turned the decision about whether people should be allowed to choose which bathroom to use based on gender identity or biological sex back to the states and individual school districts. President Barack Obama had created guidelines that said students should be able to choose.
Senator Al Franken made a visit to Duluth this week, touring Denfeld High School. Noticeably absent from the discussion on education issues were members of the Duluth School Board. Duluth School Board members said they received notice of Franken's visit, but only hours before it was scheduled to begin Tuesday morning.